On the 6th (Korean time), the Korea Professional Football Federation issued a joint press release with Spanish La Liga and introduced examples of business exchanges.
Through relay production benchmarking training, PDs from K League 1 broadcasting companies visited the Barcelona branch of La Liga and Media Pro, an outsourcing production company for La Liga relay broadcasting.
They studied broadcasting production guidelines, new projects related to relaying, and the current status of broadcasting rights in and outside of La Liga, and experienced relaying technology.
In addition, 17 K-League club directors and senior team leaders visited the La Liga secretariat and clubs such as Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, Getafe, and Leganes.
Participants shared their experiences on club practice, including La Liga business strategy, team management, youth development, marketing, and women’s soccer, and observed La Liga and women’s league matches.
At the end of last year, the federation held a K-League youth leader training under the theme of ‘game model, training, and education methodology’ in cooperation with the Football Project Department of the La Liga Secretariat.
Leaders observed youth team games and training by age group, and received theoretical education such as ▲youth academy operation system ▲game model, training, and education methodology ▲scouting ▲physical and conditioning.
During the training period, youth managers from 5 clubs – RCD Espanyol, Celta Vigo, Osasuna, Atlético Madrid, and Athletic Bilbao – shared their philosophy and experiences regarding the operation of their respective clubs’ youth academies.
In August of last year, Daegu, Busan, Ulsan, and Pohang U17 clubs played 메이저사이트 friendly matches against Atletico Madrid, Rayo Vallecano, and Getafe, who belong to the first division of La Liga Juventil.